Upcoming ADAPT Events

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Upcoming ADAPT Events

JUNE 6-7, 2017
ASM International Eastern NY Chapter Spring Symposium

Steinmetz Hall, GE Global Research Center, Niskayuna, NY

Our Technical Director, Dr. Aaron Stebner, will speak next Tuesday, June 6 at the ASM International Eastern NY Chapter Spring Symposium focused on Additive Materials Technology. He joins other global leaders from industry, government and academia at the GE Global Research Center for two days sharing cutting-edge knowledge about a broad spectrum of additive manufacturing research. Dr. Stebner will present on "Platforms for High Throughput Structure-Property Characterizations of Support Machine Learning Applications" based on his work at ADAPT. Click here for more information, or to register and attend.


THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 2017 :: 12pm - 1pm
Lunch and Learn with ADAPT and Front Range Community College

Front Range Community College
Advanced Technology Center - Room AT 108
2120 Miller Drive
Longmont, CO 80501

Come for lunch and networking with other Northern Colorado manufacturers as you learn about METAL ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING with:

Branden Kappes
Operations Director, ADAPT Center
Mechanical Engineering Dept., Colorado School of Mines

Review of additive manufacturing: the challenge of simultaneous materials production and manufacturing
Improve accuracy and repeatability in additive manufacturing using data informatics
Machine learning approaches to accelerate design and reduce lead time to production. 

Click here to register or for additional information.


Additive Manufacturing at Deakin University

Colorado School of Mines

The talk will be online with some of the work being undertaken at Deakin in the additive research space.   Click here

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JUNE 14, 2017
Additive Manufacturing & Advanced Materials Workshop

Houston, TX

ADAPT Operations Director Branden Kappes will present "Using Machine Learning to Accelerate Times and Reduce the Costs of Additive Part Qualifications" in Houston, TX.

This is part of NASA and the Technology Collaboration Center hosting an Additive Manufacturing & Advanced Materials Workshop at the NASA Johnson Space Center that will cover a broad range of additive manufacturing (3D printing) & advanced materials topics.  Click here to learn more or register to attend.


JUNE 26-29, 2017
National Space & Missile Materials Symposium / Commercial and Government Responsive Access to Space Technology Exchange
NSMMS & CRASTE in India Wells, CA

Craig Brice, ADAPT industry board member from Lockheed Martin, will present "Texture and Performance Effects in Electron Beam Directed Energy Deposited Ti-6Al-4V".  Click here for more information.


JUNE 29-30, 2017
World Materials Forum

Nancy, France

Citrine Informatics has been nominated to the 2017 World Materials Forum Start Up Challenge. As one of 12 start up companies selected to attend this year's World Materials Forum in Nancy, France, Citrine will have the opportunity to showcase its platform, Citrination, and how its artificial intelligence technology can dramatically accelerate the materials and chemicals development and deployment process.
For this inaugural WMF Start Up Challenge, 35 applications  from around the world (Belgium, China, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Spain, USA) encompass a variety of superb innovation projects that fit with the WMF objective of decoupling materials consumption from sustainable growth while creating value for all involved stakeholders.  Click here for more information.


JULY 9-14, 2017

Chicago, IL

ADAPT's Technical Director Aaron Stebner is the chair of the 2017 International Conference for Martensitic Transformations (ICOMAT) in Chicago at the Hyatt Regency downtown. The meeting is hosted by the Chicago-based CHiMaD (Center for Hierarchical Materials Design). The theme is "Martensite by Design." Symposia will include design for microstructures, properties, advanced manufacturing, and performance.
Colorado School of Mines is a sponsor. Speakers include Tom Duerig of Confluent Medical Technologies, an ADAPT member; George Krauss of Colorado School of Mines; and Harshad Paranjape of Colorado School of Mines and Northwestern University.  Click here to learn more or register to attend.


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